Granma (newspaper)

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Granma is the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party. It was formed in 1965.[1] Publication of the newspaper began in February of 1966.[2] Its name comes from the yacht Granma that carried Fidel Castro during the Cuban Revolution.[3]

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  1. James W. Carty Jr.; Janet Liu Terry (1976), "Cuban Communicators", Caribbean Quarterly, University of the West Indies, 22 (4: Mass Media in the Caribbean): 59–67, doi:10.1080/00086495.1976.11829278, ISSN 2470-6302, JSTOR 23050564
  2. Aguirre, B. E. (November 1984). "The Conventionalization of Collective Behavior in Cuba". American Journal of Sociology. 90 (3): 541–566. doi:10.1086/228116. S2CID 143027856.
  3. Lugo, Jairo (2008). The Media In Latin America. McGraw-Hill International. p. 122. ISBN 9780335222018.